[R] .Rd file exists in 'man' directory, but R CMD CHECK results in warning

From: dave gregovich <sculpin99_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 16:25:46 -0700

My package has passed all the R CMD CHECK steps except one. There is an object which I placed in a sysdata.rda file (located in the 'R' directory of the source package). Even though users have no need to access this object, which is a character vector of parameters fed to Fortran code, R CMD CHECK produces a warning that it needs documentation. So I made an .Rd file for it. However, I still receive a warning:
'All user-level objects should have documentation entries'

All of the other .Rd files I have made for functions and for datasets are recognized and apparently OK with the check process. All .Rd files are located in a 'man' directory of the source package. All of my data files (.rda files) are sourced from a 'data' directory of the source package. The sysdata.rda file that contains the data which R CMD CHECK says I am not providing documentation for is in the 'R' directory of the source package. In case it matters, the .Rd file R CMD CHECK is not recognizing contains the following:


\title{Parameters for the Catch-Limit Algorithm}

This file contains parameters for input to the CLA. This file should not be tampered with.
\format{Character vector of 14 parameters}

The ideal solution is to not have R CMD CHECK make me do a help file for this object. But if I have to, that's fine, if it will result in a package that checks out completely.

Thanks kindly aforehand for any time one of you spends with my problem.

Dave Gregovich
NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center
Protected Resources Division
La Jolla, CA 92037

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